Solving Your Problems at the Source


“Solve Your Problems Now—By Going to the Source”

Brandt MorganMost of us think the solutions to our problems are “out there” when they’re really inside ourselves. If you go to the source, the solution often comes as grace and the problem is revealed as a gift.

Do you have a sticky problem?
A difficult relationship?
A burning question?

Then join us for a fast-paced teleclass where you’ll learn. . .

  • A simple technique you can use to solve any problem in less than 30 minutes.
  • How to find inner peace and harmony right now, rather than waiting for sometime in the future.
  • How to improve any relationship without needing to “change” anyone else.
  • How to get instant access to your innate wisdom and happiness for a more fulfilling life


Brandt Morgan is an internationally known author and teacher whose passion is helping people find their true selves and the vision and courage to live their dreams.  He’s also a Master Toltec teacher trained by don Miguel Ruiz, author of the bestselling book, The Four Agreements,  and the creator of Vision Walk, a simple meditation process that makes it possible to answer questions and solve problems in just a few minutes by accessing one’s own deep inner wisdom. This process can be found in his book: Vision Walk: Asking Questions, Getting Answers, Shifting Consciousness.

BTW: I highly recommend joining Brandt on his upcoming journey to Bimini to Swim with the Wild Dolphins June 15-20th! :)

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  1. Dear Sheri,
    A woman who I happend to meet this past Sunday spoke of you and your work. I immediately signed on and signed up. I would have LOVED to be “in your hot seat” however I came down with a whopper of a cold/flu yesterday.

    I am a marriage and family therapist and although I see clients during the time you are doing the telecast, I thought I would try to rearrange clients in order to be available. Now being so sick I dont know if I will be at work or if I will be home anyways and can participate. I guess I will go ahead and register but I don’t know if I will be able to participate.

    I am 57 and have been in a very difficult marriage for almost 35 years. I finally had the nerve to split from my husband last year but after being apart for a few months my anxiety (based on abandonment issues) got the best of me and I foolishly went back to him thinking that the security he offered in some regard would be enough to offset the non-connected relationship we had. The loneliness and desperation I was feeling while apart I did not feel I could get through and started getting panicky.

    It has been almost one year since we are back together and the emptiness and anger towards my husband, based on non-communication and non-connection is horrible. My daughter is getting married in 2 1/2 months and with the help of my phenomonel therapist with whom I’ve been working with for 10 years, my goal is to try to keep things as harmonious as possible until then though it is difficult (and I’m not doing a very good job).

    I constantly feel anger and disgust for my husband who is a “nice” man, has been kind and helpful to me our entire life but is empty, lacks any ability to self-reflect, is cut-off and often uses passive aggressive as his coping technique for being unhappy and unable to communicate. He has horrible communication skills and avoids any discussion as much as possible and any communication consists of statements starting with “you” and doesn’t understand that intimacy is based on communication, self-relection and self-development.

    There is absolutely no hope for this marriage and my overwhelming fear of being alone and going through the horribel feelings of abandonment again has kept me from making the decision to leave again and for good.

    I feel there is no way out of this. If I stay with him I will continue feeling desperate, loney and angry with him and myself but the thought of going through the desperate abandonment I experienced last year is too much for me to bear too.My therapist and I talk about authenticity and how difficult it is to do the work I do with others as a therapist and live a completely empty life with my spouse. She assure me that if I leave again the panic and desperation will be bad however it will eventaully pass and she will be there for me. I have no siblings and my second parent just passed 8 weeks ago.

    So this is my current situation and I decided to share it with you. I so appreciate your time to read this. I hope to be able to be part of your telecast tomorrow evening.

    Take care and again thank you.


    • Dear Natalie,

      The bottom line is that this is not about your husband at all. He is who he is. There isn’t even anything to discuss regarding him at all. When you focus on him – all you are doing is deflecting away from your own issues. There is no reason for him to be any way other than how he is unless he has a desire to change. That said – we must ask the question why do you love yourself so little that you are willing to spend your life with a man who does not think the universe revolves around you? 🙂

      It is selfish too to keep him in a relationship where he has to be with a women who does not love him to the ends of the earth. Once you are both free you can allow the grace of this life to enter into both your lives. You are trading a tiny crumb of a biscuit of love and safety for an awesome life. Are you worth so little? Truth be told you are utterly alone in this relationship. Once out of it you can be with your friends, do fun things, recreate your life and so much more! You won’t have a second to be alone – you sound like an awesome woman! So you are actually creating your worst fear by staying in the relationship!

      The issue as I see it is an old story of being alone and abandoned. Truly there is no such thing. You as part of the one – are never alone. You can be physically by your self – but never alone. This is the first falsehood. When one is centered spiritually within themselves they do not feel this way. But when we are centered in our ego-mind, alone, separate, needy, small – all we can focus on is fear.

      The second falsehood is that anyone can be abandoned. Nothing anyone does is personal to you – ever. If a child is left on a doorstep they have not been abandoned. No – they have been left on a doorstep period – and it has nothing to do with their self-worth or value as a human in any way. Whatever is in your past – your first experience that you decided was abandonment – that story needs to be re-written from the place of truth. Then every story after that which you deemed to also be an abandonment needs to be repaired. Most people who feel abandoned feel as if they were not good enough and that is why they were abandoned and that is a lie.

      You would benefit from an intensive for sure if you are ever interested. You must go beyond your belief system to get past this. It’s like Einstein said – No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.
      xoxoxooxoxoxo Sheri


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